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Engineered Edge Protection

In the domain of construction safety, ensuring the robust deployment of fall protection systems holds paramount importance. These diverse systems, which vary in design and application, represent ATI’s commitment to mitigating the risks associated with falls on construction sites. Accordingly, let’s delve into the intricate definitions, distinctive implementation strategies by ATI Construction, and the salient features characterizing these indispensable safety mechanisms.

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Hazard Identification and Assessment in the Workplace
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Construction Safety: Hazard & Risk Assessment Guide

In today’s high-stakes construction environments, preempting hazards is as much about moral responsibility as it is about meeting regulatory standards. This guide offers insights into the strategies for effective hazard identification and risk assessment, leading to safer and more compliant workplaces.

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  • Fall Protection: 7,271 violations
  • Hazard Communication: 3,213 violations
  • Ladders: 2,978 violations
  • Scaffolding: 2,859 violations
  • Powered Industrial Trucks: 2,561 violations
  • Lockout/Tagout: 2,554 violations
  • Respiratory Protection: 2,481 violations
  • Personal Protective and Life Saving Equipment: 2,074 violations
  • Machine Guarding: 1,644 violations

Fall Protection has been the most cited violation for 13 consecutive years. One of the most frequently cited serious OSHA violations involving roofing and fall protection is unprotected sides and edges.

The Different Types of Edge Protection
  • Fixed Guardrail and Handrail.
  • Collapsible Guardrail and Handrail.
  • Freestanding Guardrail and Handrail.

Edge protection refers to a safety system installed around the perimeter of a roof to protect workers against falls from heights. It comprises of various components such as brackets, posts, and rails, typically constructed from steel, aluminum, or timber.

Classes Of Edge Protection Are Defined As:

Class A – protection to flat surfaces and slopes generally up to 10 degrees. Class B – protection to flat surfaces and slopes up to 30 degrees. Class C – protection to steeply sloping surfaces up to 60 degrees.

What is OSHA’s Leading Edge Rule:

Leading edges. Each employee who is constructing a leading edge 6 feet (1.8 m) or more above lower levels shall be protected from falling by guardrail systems, safety net systems, or personal fall arrest systems.

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